Meeting people where they’re at: A systematic review of financial counseling for Indigenous peoples
journal contributionposted on 2022-08-29, 03:22 authored by Carmen DanielsCarmen Daniels, Janya MccalmanJanya Mccalman, Roxanne Bainbridge
Background: Over three decades, financial counseling, literacy and capability programs have emerged as practice-based methods to aid Indigenous peoples to mitigate cultural and structural barriers to economic participation. But there has been no systematic analysis of how these services work or whether Indigenous or tailored approaches are effective. This systematic review aims to identify financial counseling, literacy or capability interventions that strengthen financial resilience and examine whether or how Indigenous approaches have been embedded into programs.
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- Jawun Research Centre